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    Saudi Arabia is preparing to acknowledge that journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed during an interrogation that went wrong, sources have told CNN, as his family calls for an international inquiry into his disappearance. […]

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Voters in Ohio are considering a state constitutional amendment that would make possession of drugs a misdemeanor instead of a felony. Supporters say the state would save millions of dollars by not putting so many people in jail, and that the money could be used for addiction treatment and crime victim funds. Opponents say drug dealers would be attracted to the state. Five other states have similar policies.
Should Wyoming consider making drug possession a misdemeanor instead of a felony?

Political Violence Leads To Arrests And Injuries In New York And Portland. Street fights in New York City on Friday and Portland, Oregon on Saturday pit far-right activists connected to a group called Proud Boys against the far-left’s loosely affiliated Antifa — short for anti-fascist. Matt Bradley reports.

Salmonella reported in Wyoming

By Kylie Mohr, Jackson Hole News&Guide
JACKSON — At least four cases of salmonella have been reported in Wyoming, linked to a national outbreak and resulting recall of 6.9 million pounds of ground beef.

Salmonella hasn’t been reported in Jackson yet. The case breakdown includes two cases in Laramie County, one in Natrona County and one in Converse County.  Click here for more

Heavy snow blankets Colorado, Wyoming in early season storm

By Associated Press
DENVER— Colorado and Wyoming residents woke up Sunday to find that an early season snowstorm had blanketed their homes and roadways with up to a foot (30 centimeters) of snow and sent temperatures plunging overnight. Click here for more

Dead candidate’s name will appear on Wyoming ballots

By Associated Press
LARAMIE — The name of a Republican candidate for Albany County Attorney who died last week will still appear on ballots in the Nov. 6 election.  Click here for more

Wyoming officials seeking information on deer poaching incident

By Hunter Geisel, KUTV
ROCK SPRINGS — The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is seeking information on a deer poaching in Rock Springs that happened this weekend.   Click here for more

Wyoming man awarded $10M in hospital negligence lawsuit

By Associated Press, The Republic
ROCK SPRINGS — A jury awarded a southwestern Wyoming man $10 million after finding hospital staff negligent in treating arterial blockages in his legs, leading to him having both legs amputated above the knee.   Click here for more

Casper College Hosts Visit Day on November 9

Posted 10-15-18, Casper College (CASPER) - Casper College will hold a fall campus visit day on Friday, Nov. 9. The free visit day is open to all students of all majors, their parents, and families who wish to find out more about Casper College and check out the...

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CSF to Award Grants Tonight

Posted 10-15-18, Cheyenne School Foundation (CHEYENNE) - The Cheyenne Schools Foundation (CSF) announced the recipients of the 2018 Excellence in Education and Student Enrichment grants at the Laramie County School District #1 Board of Trustees’ Meeting held on...

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    Authorities in Florida released surveillance video on Monday showing the moment a Florida city commissioner shot and killed a man who was suspected of shoplifting from his store, as prosecutors weigh whether he should face charges. […]

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  • Tyreek Hill seeks legal revenge against...

    Tyreek Hill isn’t letting the unruly Patriots fan off the hook that easily. Following Sunday’s game, in which the Chiefs receiver received an alcohol shower after scoring a touchdown in the fourth quarter, the Patriots announced the man responsible would be banned from future events at […]

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  • Man charged in death of woman who was stabbed 17...

    ST. LOUIS (AP) - Authorities have charged a suburban St. Louis man with stabbing a woman 17 times after catching him in the slain woman's vehicle covered in blood. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that 56-year-old Gregory Boston is charged with first-degree murder, armed criminal action and […]

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Cheyenne Police recently arrested a man after a high speed chase through the city. They say that chases endanger lives and property, but the offense of attempting to elude is only a misdemeanor.
Should attempting to elude be changed to a felony?

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  • Mike Pompeo and Saudis discuss Jamal Khashoggi,...

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  • Florida city commissioner shoots, kills alleged...

    Authorities in Florida released surveillance video on Monday showing the moment a Florida city commissioner shot and killed a man who was suspected of shoplifting from his store, as prosecutors weigh whether he should face charges. […]

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  • Man charged in death of woman who was stabbed 17...

    ST. LOUIS (AP) - Authorities have charged a suburban St. Louis man with stabbing a woman 17 times after catching him in the slain woman's vehicle covered in blood. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that 56-year-old Gregory Boston is charged with first-degree murder, armed criminal action and […]

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  • Tyreek Hill seeks legal revenge against...

    Tyreek Hill isn’t letting the unruly Patriots fan off the hook that easily. Following Sunday’s game, in which the Chiefs receiver received an alcohol shower after scoring a touchdown in the fourth quarter, the Patriots announced the man responsible would be banned from future events at […]

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